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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Goin' Through the Motions

    by Moony McNelly (pen name)

    Goin' Through the Motions, most of which is interior monologue, employs a stylized dialect best described as "Southern Mountain English." In 1984, terminally ill and confined to a VA hospital, John Henry Shields reviews his life. Prelude, a dialogue between John Henry's son Martin and his wife in 2012, opens the novel. Prologue to Part One presents John Henry on the day in 1932, when he undergoes an epiphany that sets him on his ... more

  • Robbie To The Rescue!

    by Laurie Nowlan
    "Robbie to the Rescue!" is a colorful and uplifting picture book for 3--8 year olds. Moving to a new home is a challenge for everyone--but especially to a tiny bird like Robbie! Robbie’s afraid when big brother Ben tells him they must migrate south for the winter. Robbie’s never flown that far and he’s not sure he has the strength and endurance. Plus he’ll have to leave all his friends behind. Despite a scary storm and grueling flight, Robbie perseveres. When he rescues Ben, he proves not only h... more
  • East of Everywhere

    by Susan Pogorzelski
    It’s been almost a decade since the end of the war, when the telegram first arrived at their house on Lennox Lane. Four years since the apartment on Harker Street, where food was scarce and nights were long and their mother slept away her grief. Three months since Janie was forced to leave her little brother, Brayden, and best friend, Leo, behind at Anthers Hall. Two weeks since she stole a bicycle and ran away from the new children’s home on the other side of the state. One day sinc... more
  • The Whole Alphabet is Having a Contest!

    by Michelle Thornhill
    It's the Alphabet Look-Alike Contest, the game that awards CASH MONEY to the capital and lowercase pair that look the most alike! Which duo will win the money? Which will go home with a paltry participation prize: TUBE SOCKS!? Which letter will miss the whole show? You're guaranteed to laugh your socks off as each letter pair gets totally roasted by an exuberant hashtag host.
  • The Whole Alphabet Is Totally Embarrassed

    by Michelle Thornhil
    So you want to know your ABC's? The fact is, you don’t truly know anyone until you’ve seen them at their worst. This twisted tell-all told in alluring alliteration uncovers the ugly underside (and underwear!) of the alphabet’s top twenty six most mortifying moments. Designed for early readers age 4-7, The Whole Alphabet is Totally Embarrassed is designed to bridge the gap between boring stuff like phonic sounds with awesome stuff like pee and wedgies.
  • The Women Behind Thw Manhattan Project

    by Wade Ritter
    A young Jewish Physicist Lise Meitner falls in love with a German chemist Otto Hahn. Together they discover the final stages of the atomic bomb. They do not want the plans to fall into Hitler's weapons program. This is book 1 which covers European contributions, book 2 will cover the woman on the American side
  • How to Get a SSIptv For Iptv Website Code

    by kitana kari

    How to Get a SSIptv For Iptv Website Code

    Increase streaming speed for streaming in Android and Smart TV (the ssiptv app), it's quite an easy procedure which should only be accomplished with the assistance of a wireless remote control (usually on the television). In fact, you might want to think of it as the perfect time-saving measure for someone who always travels. You will need to enter its various settings. In general, the SSIptv<... more

  • Norse Mythology for Bostonians: A Transcription of the Impudent Edda

    by Rowdy Geirsson

    Norse Mythology for Bostonians is a humorous retelling of the trials and tribulations of Odin, Thor, and the other Norse gods. Regarded as an authentic, new "Edda" (as the original Icelandic source material is called), the main narrative is told in the charmingly quaint dialect of a foul-mouthed Bostonian. New mythological episodes, such as Thor's attempt to renew his driver's license and Odin's mysterious journey to Boston Common, supplement the more tr... more

  • Bull Shark Part 2

    by Chezdon Mitchell
    In the aftermath of the chaos that transpired in Nice, Chezdon must rebuild his fractured life, one day at a time. Louis continues to make poor decisions, but he is presented with a path to redemption. Will he do the right thing? Meanwhile, back in Scotland, Oscar self-destructs after being separated from his first love. Only the enigmatic Lucas, who meets Chezdon in Basque Country can unite everyone for the frenzied if the not bittersweet ending to Bull Shark.
  • The Confessional

    Mirta and Roberto DeSalvo, refugees from the Dirty War of Argentina (1976-83), owe their lives to wealthy American, Julia Parks. Soon after the DeSalvos are settle in the employ of Julia in Northern California, Julia discovers her brief affair with a young priest on the lonely Oregon coast has led to an unexpected late-in-life pregnancy. Free-spirited Julia has no intention of adding a man or a baby to her full and glamorous life. When she asks the DeSalvos to adopt her newborn, Francesca, they ... more
  • Self Love Notes

    by Michelle G. Stradford
    Self Love Notes is a collection of uplifting poetry, affirmations, and quotes celebrating unconditionally loving ourselves intended for those who need to be reminded of their self-worth and know that they are loved. Organized in three chapters; Worth, Vision and Uplift, it is perfect for the self-doubter, overthinker, and anyone on a healing journey from past adversity.
  • The Raven and the Dove

    by K.M. Butler
    890 A.D. Shieldmaiden Halla hungers for death in battle and a place in Valhalla until a Frankish sword shatters her expectations of a glorious end. In the space between life and death, she instead confronts the emptiness of a wasted life. Disillusioned, she struggles to reconcile her faith and her hunger for purpose. When her jarl, Rollo of Rouen, claims authority over the northern Frankish lands he’s raided for decades, Halla sees a chance to build a new kingdom for the gods. Volunteering to... more
  • Allie's Slimy Christmas Adventure

    by Shawna James, Award-Winning Author
    What would you do if your house was covered in goo, and you found a glowing door that led to the North Pole? Allie Simonson and her best friend Ryan have to deal with that exact situation. When they step through the glowing door, they enter the magical world of the North Pole, where Santa and his elves are facing a sticky situation. Will Allie and Ryan be able to help Santa and the elves, and still make it back home in time for dinner? Or will the goo destroy the North Pole and ... more
  • The Happy Creatures

    by Aaron Mosley
    The Happy Creatures of the world include a lion, a tiger, a snake, a spider, a jellyfish, and many more!  Find out why they are so happy!!!
  • Too Young To Be This Old

    by L.C. Blackwell
    Michigan State grads in the evening of their years are irreverent, unapologetic, and unpolitically correct as they remember, reflect and speak from their hearts on men, kids, sex, politics and more in this no-holds barred, blog-style fictional memoir.
  • A Soldier's Quartet

    by Colin Baldwin
    CONRAD BENTLEY ENJOYS HIS RETIREMENT. By chance, he comes across a letter from WWI — a German father writes about his grief of losing a son to war — buried by his three comrades near a small French village. The letter resonates with Conrad and he commits to researching its backstory. Months later, Conrad makes contact with the fallen soldier’s family. He falls deeper into their history and other untold stories from this era, including the fate of young Tasmanian soldiers who also fought on the ... more